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The Edge | Cliff Top Beach Cottage

What more could you ask for when looking for some real time out...The Edge is a little cliff top retreat overlooking Whitsand Bay in Cornwall, England. The eco-friendly luxury beach hut sleeps only two guests and features open plan sitting, dining and kitchen areas, ensuring uninterrupted views of the surroundings and enjoying truly breath-taking sunsets. This little marvel is available for rent! Click the "buy" link for more details. via

Also have a look at this amazing cliff top house in Chile




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SHAKE | BY CARLI DAVIDSON | Image

SHAKE | BY CARLI DAVIDSON

We have featured a couple of books before on an always popular subject - "man´s best friend". "Dogs Gods" by multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach, delivers an appealing and exciting photographic tribute to one of our closest companions. "Underwater Dogs" by Seth Casteel is a book filled with unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. Todays feature is an amusing collection of sixty-one dogs caught in the most candid ...
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GRAFFITI WORLD | STREET ART FROM 5 CONTINENTS | Image

GRAFFITI WORLD | STREET ART FROM 5 CONTINENTS

Now available in an updated version, Graffiti World by Nicholas Ganz is the most comprehensive and bestselling survey of graffiti art ever published. The book features more than 2,000 illustrations by over 150 artists around the world, plus the latest developments in the graffiti movement and the artists biographies. If you´re a lover of street art you should definitely check this out....
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GEORGE LUCAS A LIFE

George Lucas: A Life is the long-awaited life-story of the cinema legend and Star Wars creator. This is the first biography of the director to encompass the Star Wars prequels and everything that followed, such as the blockbuster series with Indiana Jones. The book takes us back to 1977, where a problem-plagued, budget-straining independent science-fiction film opened in a mere thirty-two American movie theaters. That was of course The Star Wars, now one of the most...
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